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Official: NATO, Bilderberg behind terror in Italy in 80s

Posted by seumasach on January 31, 2013

Terrorisme : le juge Imposimato accuse le Bilderberg


30th January, 2013

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Dans un ouvrage paru début janvier, La Repubblica delle stragi impunite. I documenti inediti dei fatti di sangue che hanno sconvolto il nostro Paese(La République des massacres impunis. Les documents non publiés des événements sanglants qui ont secoué notre pays), le juge Imposimato accuse l’OTAN d’avoir organisé les attentats qui ensanglantèrent l’Italie dans les années 80.

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E-book: Operation Gladio and NATO Terrorism in Western Europe

Posted by seumasach on February 20, 2009


  A must Read:

Dr. Daniele Ganser, an academic historian from Switzerland researched false flag terrorism in Europe.

Besides his publicity around the 9/11 truth movement, his historical work about the so-called “Nato secret armies” is extremly interesting.

If you want to get several examples which false flag operations have been definetly proven, how they were uncovered, how they were interlocked with politicians or even brought to courts, Gansers work is a good place to start.

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NATO: the Imperial Pitbull

Posted by seumasach on January 25, 2009


Prof. Edward S. Herman

Global Research

23rd January, 2009

One of the deceptive clichés of Western accounts of post World War II history is that NATO was constructed  as a defensive arrangement to block the threat of  a Soviet attack on Western Europe.  This is false. It is true that Western propaganda played up the Soviet menace, but many key U.S. and Western European statesmen recognized that a Soviet invasion was not a real threat.  The Soviet Union had been devastated, and while in possession of a large army it was exhausted and needed time for recuperation. The United States was riding high, the war had revitalized its economy, it suffered no war damage, and it had the atomic bomb in its arsenal, which it had displayed to  the Soviet Union by killing a quarter of  a million Japanese civilians at Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Hitting the Soviet Union before it recovered or had atomic weapons was discussed in Washington, even if rejected in favor of “containment,”  economic warfare, and other forms of  destabilization. NSC 68, dated April 1950, while decrying the great Soviet menace, explicitly called for a program of destabilization aimed at regime change in that country, finally achieved in 1991.

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